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2019-20 Internationalization Seed Grants Announced

The Office of Global Engagement recently awarded six NC State faculty with 2019-20 Internationalization Seed Grants. These funds — up to $5,000 per grant — promote international partnerships and foster global scholarship and engagement.

Faculty receiving grants often develop joint research proposals, student mobility programs, adjunct appointments and other scholarly activities. Past grants allowed faculty to pursue research and programs ranging from creating an international antimicrobial resistance surveillance program to stream restoration and more. The grantees were selected by the University Standing Committee on International Programs.

  • Shih-Chun Lin – Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Towards Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communications for 5G UAV Ecosystems: Collaborative Research Planning between NC State and Nagoya University

  • John Nietfeld – Professor, Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences

Internationalizing a Game-Based Learning Environment for Elementary Science

  • Heike Sederoff – Professor, Department of Plant and Microbial Biology

Bioinformatics and Molecular Biology Workshops to Establish Projects in Collaboration with Universidad Nacional de San Agustín de Arequipa: Better Chocolate: Gene editing of Cacao to Reduce Cadmium Content in Seeds

Monitoring and Surveillance of Antimicrobial Resistant Salmonella and Escherichia coli of Global Concern in Brazil Using a One Health Approach

  • Lingjuan Wang-Li – Professor, Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering

Exploring Joint Research and Education Opportunities among Institutions in the U.S. and China on Innovations at the Nexus of Food-Energy-Water System (INFEWS) for Sustainable Food Animal Production

  • Alex Woodley – Assistant Professor, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences

A Collaborative Partnership between NC State and Aarhus University (Denmark) for Innovation in the Quantification and Mitigation of Greenhouse Gases from Agricultural Systems and Improving Nutrient Resource Efficiency in Sustainable Agriculture

NC State Global offers a number of internal seed grant programs and curates a list of external opportunities that support international activities. Learn more through our Research Portal.